Dave Bouskill is well-known travel personalities in both online and mainstream media. His highly acclaimed travel blog, The Planet D, won the 2014 Gold Medal for Best Travel Blog and his photography won Best Photo Illustration of Travel by the Society of American Travel Writers.
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Southern Sweden is my home region (Swedish: Skåne), and it's a bliss to visit during spring and summer. However, most tourists tends to focus on Stockholm and Gothenburg, but there are lots of more places to visit in Sweden, and the southern part is just one of the many! I compiled my favourite pictures of Sweden from my latest road trip to the southern part of my home country. I'm originally from Helsingborg, and a couple of weeks ago, me and my girlfriend went on a little road trip.
It has been our dream to go on safari in Tanzania. Ever since watching Africa the Serengeti on IMAX in 1994, we've had dreams of spying herds of wildebeest migrating across the massive Serengeti plains. I can't believe it's taken us this long to finally make it happen! We came close in 2008 while cycling the continent of Africa, but we chose to climb Mount Kilimanjaro instead.
Travel creates memories to last a life time, in our case it's our adventure travel moments that stand out. When we first started traveling around the world, we drove our friends and family crazy constantly talking about what we did on our latest trip. We never stopped talking about our latest adventure until chance to hop on a plane and replace those memories with new ones.
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